Wednesday, August 5, 2020

Biden Loses It When Asked If He's Taken a Cognitive Test



Also interesting, as the host points out at the end, it does seem as though Biden indicated that he is willing to debate President Trump.

 -RW

The Importance of Resistance to Government Ordered Mask-Wearing



The United States was once thought of as the country with rugged individuals.

You left such individuals alone and they left you alone. The country was filled with such men and women.

They appear to be mostly gone from America now.

Stunningly few think or act for themselves.

Governments in many parts of the land have ordered mask-wearing to "battle" a virus that is about as deadly to the average American under 80 as hay fever.

The mask-wearing order has resulted in near 100% compliance in such areas as California.

It is a sign of cowering submission to the state. With an added bonus of neighbors, and other busybodies, backing up the state orders with rants and rages for the few of us who do not wear masks.

We are the Resistance. There does not appear to be many of us but it is important that, when we can, we signal to the world our defiance of this tyranny. The ember for freedom must not be allowed to die out. Let the state rest uneasy knowing there are at least a few of us and that we will agitate and they don't know when that agitation could blow up into thousands, maybe more.

Given the level of oppression, it is obvious we can't go into full resistance mode everywhere we go but we should resist to the degree we can unless it gets us into serious trouble.

But if it only causes trouble for them (some agent of the state or self-appointed agent of the state), then go for it. I am currently agitating a retail chain where the company, headquartered in Dallas, has admitted that their approach by local employees to me about a mask was "less than optimal" and that the chain will launch new training for all employees. Agitation success! (I am still in the agitation process with this chain so I will reveal more later).

But aside from these agitations which are unlikely to mean a lot given that we are way outnumbered, there is another very important reason to resist and agitate.

The mask-wearing edicts are a relatively minor burden for those of us who aren't required to wear masks all day, but we don't know what is coming down the road in terms of future tyranny. It is very important to learn now how to deal with different situations for the future when the stakes might be much higher.

The resistance to masks is a dry run for us.

We are learning who reacts to us and how easy or difficult it is to get what we want.

For some, it is only a couple of words that back them away, "I have a medical condition."

For others, they will go into a near panic attack if we rebuff their demand to put on a mask and some will just be obnoxiously difficult because they have a tiny bit of power.

I have held for a very long-time the view that in sales there is a response for every objection.

The same should apply to the mask edicts.

At times, I have thought for a very long-time about the right approach to different situations. Usually, something eventually comes to me. (I could tell you stories).

Right now, I am thinking about responses that can work against raving lunatics, difficult employees in stores, etc. I have some thoughts and will try them out and report back.

But these resistance exercises are not so much for the current mask order but what might come next. We will all need to be ready, but few will be.

A couple of observations: As I test and probe what happens in different situations, I have noticed this. While riding in my office elevator, I have occasionally been on with lawyers who are heavily masked. I don't know them personally, but they are dressed like lawyers and get off on floors which house law offices. Anyway, they sometimes do seem agitated that I don't have a mask on, judging by the way they stand, body language and such. But the lawyers never challenge me, I am not sure why exactly, because plenty of others do, but I suspect they know the legal consequences of challenging someone.

This is just an observation. It may never come in handy but then again someday it may come in very handy.

Here's another observation. This Sunday, I had brunch in the North Beach section of San Francisco.

Most of the restaurants are open for outside dining so I didn't come close to wearing a mask.

After the meal, the waiter brought over the check, and I gave him my debit card to pay with. He then came back to me and said that I had to go inside to enter my pin in the machine.

I knew this was going to be fun.

Toward the back of the restaurant was either the owner (or maybe manager), he told me I couldn't come in the restaurant without a mask. I told him I didn't have one.

This confused him for a minute and then he said, "I need your pin for the card. What is your pin?"

My response, "I am not going to give you my pin."

His response: "There is no risk. I can't use the pin without your card."

My response: "You think there is no risk for me from giving out my pin, I don't think there is any risk of me catching COVID from coming into an empty restaurant."

He tried a couple more times, but I had the upper hand. He let me in without the mask to enter the pin.

Lesson learned: It is the age-old law. Always try to position so you get what you want done first and then you can negotiate everything else on your terms.

If you wonder how bad things can get, listen to this excellent Jordan Peterson clip:




Practice resistance, practice dealing with mini-agents of the state as they try to oppress. Some day what you learn could be very valuable for a decent life or even your survival.

 -RW

Tuesday, August 4, 2020

Head of CDC Admits Lockdown Killing Way More Americans Than COVID

Robert Redfield
Red State reports:
CDC director Robert Redfield dropped some bombshell news during a talk he gave two weeks ago. But despite its significance, hardly anyone knows about the sickening bit of data he let slip:
“We’re seeing, sadly, far greater suicides now than we are deaths from Covid. We’re seeing far greater deaths from drug overdose, that are above excess, than we had as background, than we are seeing deaths from Covid.”
Look, either the statist central planning health rulers are mental midgets or they are evil.

I warned about this possibility months ago back in March:
Suicide Attempts Could Increase By 58,500 Per Month During the Lockdown

Fearmongers are building all kinds of models to predict doom from COVID-19 with barely any facts, so let's build our own model, about the lockdown, using facts.

The current lockdown is certainly a period of enormous stress on many people. I know of one mom and pop business near me that has already closed for good and the owner of a local convenience store tells me his business is down by 80%.

On top of this, we have enormous swaths of individuals on lockdown inside their homes and apartments without having in-person contact with others. This is certainly is not good for those on the stress edge. Tragically, Emily Owen, a 19-year-old, is one of the first to be confirmed dead because of a suicide attempt related to the lockdown.

It could be argued that this period may be more stressful than during the period of the 1929 stock market crash...
This was not hard to figure out but there was no one out there back in March concerned about suicides when I gave this warning.

Now, the idiot (or worse) Redfield says the solution is that masks are key for reopening of schools.

First, as I have stated before, I am highly suspicious of masks being worn for extended periods of time. They obviously result in human gaseous waste being inhaled back into the body, this can't be good. We may not know the ramifications of this for years. Second, youth are the least likely to experience significant problems from catching the virus. It is idiotic to make them wear masks. If a teacher is at high risk, she should stay home. If a teacher with a low risk for a severe consequence from infection is concerned she should quit or wear a mask.

-RW

Rand Paul Slams Fauci

Anthony Fauci
Senator Rand Paul, angered by Dr. Anthony Fauci having lavished praise on New York Democratic Governor Andrew Cuomo for his response to the coronavirus pandemic while studiously ignoring Florida GOP Governor Ron DeSantis’ much more successful response, fired off a tweet targeting Fauci, notes The Daily Wire.
Fauci needs to be exposed for the fraud he is.

It is awesome to see a Senator do it.

And Rand, don't forget Cass Sunstein.

 -RW

Aggressive Mask Nazis Across America



Things are getting crazed across America. I have already reported on some of my mad encounters when not wearing a mask. Now this stuff.

The mask Nazis are everywhere.

Murray Sabrin reports in an email from Fort Lee, NJ:
Florence and I were walking back to our co-op this evening when a woman who had already passed us in a mask in front of the building turned, approached us and made a large coughing sound screaming "wear a mask".  We both were not wearing a mask. 

We walked into the lobby (wearing our masks as per the Board's mandate) and asked the front door men who she was.  We then walked out to where the confrontation took place and saw her again and she started screaming at us...again for not wearing a mask.  I let her know in no uncertain terms what I thought of her.  We followed her into the lobby and she refused to tell one of the doormen where she was going.  The doorman concluded she was visiting a shareholder on the 27th floor. He said he would "take care of it."

 I hope the co-op management bans her from the building.  Unfortunately, we did not use our Iphone to video the confrontation. 
This is the society public officials have created, people berating us for wanting to get fresh air.

This occurred somewhere in America:
And this happened in Manhattan Beach, California.

A woman throws hot coffee at a man because he wasn't wearing a mask. Madness ensues, the guy beats up the girl's boyfriend:

 

Tomorrow I have up a long post coming where I will discuss the madness and why the Resistance Against Masks (RAM) is important.

 -RW

A Teachers Union Wants Wealth Taxes, Charter School Bans, and Medicare for All Before Schools Can Reopen



Here is a perfect example of how the radical left is everywhere and making its move to grab as much power as possible.

Reason magazine reports:
Take the group United Teachers Los Angeles (UTLA). That union represents more than 35,000 teachers in the nation's second-largest school district. Earlier this month, UTLA published a paper calling for schools to remain closed until the district could ensure adequate supplies of protective gear for teachers and students. UTLA also demanded the reconfiguring of classrooms to allow for social distancing.
But that wasn't it. UTLA also stated that the pandemic requires an immediate moratorium on new charter schools in Los Angeles. How does that protect student or teacher safety? It doesn't, of course. If anything, the pandemic has revealed the necessity of additional educational options for parents and students
UTLA didn't stop there. It is also demanding things that the officials in charge of the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) don't have the power to grant, such as the passage of Medicare for All, new state-level wealth taxes in California, and a federal bailout of the LAUSD—which is struggling to meet pension obligations for retired teachers and staff.
The first thing that is shocking about this report is just how extreme left is the Los Angeles teachers union and their lack of fear in displaying it.

The second thing is how bold they are in demanding lefty policy proposals in sectors of the economy that have nothing to do with teaching.

It is obvious that the radical left is making its move in a big way. They should be challenged intellectually and not be given an inch.

It is not an exaggeration to say Western Civilization may be at stake, and the resistance to the radical left is extremely small (at least that part that is willing to publicly display resistance).

If the radical left advance is not somehow stopped, life in America could in a few short years be ugly and extremely oppressive. We are going to wish for the "good times" when we were only required to wear masks and many restaurants and stores were closed.

We certainly won't be able to trust neighbors and probably not even many relatives---and that is just for starters.

I hope I am wrong. The world is very complex so it is difficult to project long-term with accuracy but things do not look good at all. Maybe the best thing that can happen is that the United States splits up with regions of freedom.

-RW

Monday, August 3, 2020

An Open Letter to Ellen Degeneres on How to Deal With the Cancel Culture



Ellen DeGeneres
The Ellen DeGeneres Show
Warner Bros.
Burbank, California

Dear Ellen,

I see the cancel crowd is after you.

Bernadette Giacomazzo, whose work has appeared in Teen Vogue, People, Us Weekly, The Source, XXL, HipHopDX, The Los Angeles Times, The New York Post, BET.com, and more, writes:
[T]his newfound hatred of Ellen DeGeneres is well earned.

Her employees have been “distressed and outraged” over her poor treatment of them during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Her bodyguard has called her “dehumanizing.”...

The public’s opinion of Ellen DeGeneres has dropped significantly after her abhorrent behavior became public knowledge. Her failure to realize that she’s no longer welcome is only proof positive that she’s just as bad — if not worse — than her critics say she is.
The New York Post reports:
 A black woman working on The Ellen DeGeneres Show said she repeatedly dealt with racist comments and microaggressions in yet another damning story relating to the comedian.

The former employee was among 11 mostly former staffers who detailed horror stories from the “toxic” work environment at the show in a Buzzfeed article Thursday, pulling the curtain back on the cheery comedic host.

The woman, who the outlet didn’t identify by name, said she dealt with racism throughout her year-and-a-half tenure on the show.

When she was hired, she said a senior-level producer told her and another black employee, “Oh wow, you both have box braids; I hope we don’t get you confused.”

And one of the main writers at a work party allegedly told her, “I’m sorry, I only know the names of the white people who work here,” while her coworkers “awkwardly laughed it off,” she said.
Poor employees. Before they started working for you, they would have killed to get the job but now they are upset you didn't spend time hugging them after the show and policing every joke in the office.

Now the cancel culture has gotten wind of this upset and you are a target.

Don't say those of us who follow the radical left didn't warn all you elite lefties.

Critical Theory, Black Lives Matter, Safe Spaces and Social Justice are all about cultural Marxism and that in turn is about gaining power. Mao, Lenin and Stalin showed that all Marxism is about eventually taking out anyone who is a threat in any way.

On the orders of Stalin, Leon Trotsky, one of the seven members of the first Politburo, was assassinated in 1940 in Mexico City, with an ice pick to the head.

Grigory Zinoviev and Lev Kamenev, two who were at one time the most prominent party leaders, were tried and executed on orders of Stalin.

Yevgeni Preobrazhensky, a  member of the governing Central Committee, was arrested and shot on the order of Stalin.

Ivar Smilga, also a  member of the governing Central Committee, was also arrested and shot on a Stalin order.

To name but a few close to power that were eliminated.

The Noble prize winner Freidrich Hayek wrote The Road to Serfdom between 1940 and 1943 (published 1944) in the middle-to-late years of Stalin's reign. It was also toward the end of Hitler's regime. Most think of Hayek's work as a theoretical argument but it was also, and few get this, an explanation for what he saw going on around him.

Chapter 10 of the book, "Why The Worst Get On The Top" was not an accident.

From the chapter:
The positions in a totalitarian society in which it is necessary to practice cruelty and intimidation...are numerous.
The cancel culture is an early stage step in the direction of totalitarianism, you are an early-stage target.

 Andrew A. Michta writes in The Wall Street Journal:
Why do American elites, who might be expected to favor preserving the nation that has elevated them, support the effort to dismantle it? Their thinking seems to be that the radicals destroying monuments and issuing wholesale denunciations of America’s past are wreaking destruction on ordinary Americans and their history, not on the elites and their ideology. Today’s elites as a rule do not believe they have any obligation to serve the public, only to rule it, and so they express little or no disapproval of college students toppling statues on federal land or looters raiding supermarkets. To criticize them would open elites to the charges of “populism” and “racism.”

Yet the elites are playing a dangerous game. Such “canceling”—of historical and living figures alike—increasingly mirrors what happened under communism in the Soviet bloc, where the accusation of being out of step with the party was enough to end one’s career and nullify one’s reputation...
American society is faced with a stark binary choice. Either we push back against the unrelenting assault of the neo-Marxist narrative, or we yield to the totalitarian impulse now in full view in our politics. 
Ellen, right now you are at the epicenter. Apologizing to these mad Marxists will only be seen by then as a sign of weakness.

Your "friends," who are not yet targets, are abandoning you.


The best choice you have is to fight these bastards and join the resistance.

Turn your show into the epicenter for a discussion of what really is going on. Your phony friends, who have abandoned you, will think you have gone nuts but they will watch your show as probably a huge chunk of America will, just to see what you have to say and who you bring on as guests.

Ellen, I say let it rip. 

Here is a list of people I would recommend you bring on the show. They know what is going on and are not afraid of the cancel culture. With some, I don't agree with everything they say but all of them will get more right than wrong and they will make your show the most popular ever---and you will be able to smash those coming for you:

William Anderson
Dominick Armentano
Frank Barnes
Tho Bishop
Walter Block
Peter Boettke
Donald Boudreaux
James Bovard
Doug Casey
Karen DeCoster
Jeff Deist
Thomas DiLorenzo
Adam Dick
Richard Ebeling
Michael Edelstein
Paul Gottfried
Robert Higgs
Martin Hill
Hans-Hermann Hoppe
Jacob Hornberger
Peter Klein
Karen Kwiatkowski
James Lindsay
Phil Magness
Yuri Maltsev
Daniel McAdams
Brion McClanahan
Ryan McMaken
Ilana Mercer
Jonathan Newman
Gary North
James Ostrowski
Ron Paul
Mark Perry
Tim Pool
Jon Rappoport
George Reisman
Lew Rockwell
Chris Rossini
Michael Rozeff
Luke Rudkowski
Murray Sabrin
Joseph Salerno
Bretigne Shaffer
Dave Smith 
David Stockman
Mark Thornton
Laurence Vance
Victor Ward
Bret Weinstein
Eric Weinstein
John Whitehead
Tom Woods

and you can add me to the list.

Ellen, these guests will blow up the heads of your enemies. You will gain audience galore. You will go down in history as facing the cancel culture head-on.

It's your choice, you can get canceled and marched off to the Hollywood Gulag where everyone shuns you or you can fight back.

It is all up to you. Do you make global history or just become a small despised dot in entertainment history?

Sincerely yours,

Robert Wenzel
Editor & Publisher
San Francisco, CA

Sunday, August 2, 2020

Thousands March in Berlin Against Covid Tyranny; Police Attacked


Some 45 police officers were reportedly injured in Berlin on Saturday as they tried to break up a large gathering of people demonstrating against coronavirus restrictions, including the face mask requirement.

Saturday's protests, through the streets of the German capital, went ahead despite a new spike in domestic cases, and warnings that Europe is being hit by a second wave, reports Deutsche Welle.
The police said they deployed 1,100 officers to disperse the crowd of up to 20,000 people.
Berlin Mayor Michael Müller, who probably has high-ranking Nazi ancestors, sharply criticized the protesters saying they had considered the facts and thus risked the health of other people. 
Of note, the "Day of Freedom" demonstration featured a mixture of hard left and right supporters, according to Deutsche Welle, many of whom shouted: "We are the second wave" as they converged on the Brandenburg Gate.
The protests took place on the same day that German Economy Minister Peter Altmaier said he wanted tougher action on COVID-19 rule breakers.
"Anyone who deliberately endangers others must expect that this will have serious consequences for him," Altmaier said, babbling illogical Cass Sunstein talking points with an authoritarian fist behind the nudge.

A shout out to our resistance brothers and sisters in Germany!
-RW

IT BEGINS: Workers Claim Mask-Wearing Causes Headaches, Shortness Of Breath And Anxiety



I have contacted OSHA (see: Has OSHA Even Tested to Determine If Mask Wearing is Safe?), various government officials and WalMart corporate, none of whom have been able to point me to any scientific study showing that there are no side effects from wearing masks for extended periods of time.

Further, none have been able to explain to me the science upon which they provide an exemption to those with certain medical conditions, which implies that masks somehow impede normal breathing.

In short, it appears that the draconian mask-wearing orders are not based on any science but poorly thought out orders that rip individual choice away from us all.

I note that doctors, dentists and construction workers are among the occupations with the highest suicide rates but no studies have been made to determine if it is the mask-wearers in these groups that have, or do not have, abnormally high suicide rates.

And I state once again that the body expels waste in three forms, liquid, solid and gas. Masks block the gas waste from properly leaving the body and results in mask-wearers breathing back in the waste. On a very common observation level, this does not appear healthy.

Thus, it comes as no surprise about a report from the CBS-Dallas Fort Worth television station.

J.D. Miles reports for the station that "some people who are forced to wear face masks all day in the workplace complain of headaches, shortness of breath and anxiety."

The report continues:
Nearly three months of wearing a face mask everyday has taken a toll on the women who work at Southern Sisters Salon in McKinney.

Like a lot of workplaces in North Texas, masks are mandatory, but for some of those forced to wear them, they are miserable.

The salon employees say keeping candy and mints in their mouths helps and they take as many outdoor breaks as possible.

The women who work there say they know masks are necessary for the business to stay open and for now are willing to put up with the discomfort.

“When I have long days, if it’s a 12 hour day, I’m sick when I get home,” said Courtney Warnell. “Sick to my stomach. As soon as the I get in the car I’m pulling it off and I don’t want to do anything else. I just want to go home and be mask-free.

People working not only in salons but also, retailers, restaurants, factories and offices are struggling with mask fatigue, but there’s no end in sight regarding the order to keep them on.
Even though key questions about the safety of masks are unanswered, the mask authoritarians continue to march and harass.

The latest victim,  Michael Carnevale, is a gym owner in Plantation, Florida.

He was arrested by local police and his gym was closed by them for allowing his members to choose whether or not they should wear a face mask during workouts.

“If this whole thing is really about health, this is where we are getting into some murky waters here because I don’t see how I can make my patrons wear a mask while on a treadmill, or while they are exercising,” Carnevale said.

Putting aside for a moment whether masks cause health problems, the blunt instrument central planning mask-wearing order by various governments flies in the face of the real world living where some people have higher risk-tolerance profiles than others and may desire to forego masks even if mask-wearing does add a safe layer of protection. I discuss the nature of risk profiles in the second half of my podcast Dread Risk Fear And Its Role in the Current COVID-19 Fear. 

Finally, the question must be asked: If we do not wear masks are "we killing others?"

The simple answer is that if someone is concerned about being infected by COVID-19 then they should wear a mask and not worry about the rest of us who are not buying into the government promoted propaganda that COVID-19 is a serious virus. It is not serious for anyone under 70, this is the science. Indeed, it is likely not a serious virus for those over 70 who do not have major health issues.

The idea that those not wearing masks are irresponsible is a Cass Sunstein con.

Here is the master manipulator pointing out why the scam should be employed:
From the paper's abstract (my  bold)
  Results: When a message emphasized individual benefit, vaccination intentions decreased (free-riding). Communication of social benefit reduced free-riding and increased vaccination intentions when costs to vaccinate were low. Conclusions: Communicating the social benefit of vaccination may prevent free-riding and should thus be explicitly communicated if individual decisions are meant to consider public health benefits.
And don't for a minute think Sunstein is just some academic in a far corner that isn't behind the manipulation curtain as a major player.

Here is WHO Director-General Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus 's opening remarks at the media briefing on COVID-19 that occurred this past Thursday:
In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, countries are using a range of tools to influence behaviour: information campaigns are one tool, but so are laws, regulations, guidelines and even fines.

We are learning what works, and what doesn’t.

That’s why behavioural science is so important – it helps us to understand how people make decisions, so we can support them to make the best decisions for their health.

Today I’m proud to announce that WHO has created a Technical Advisory Group on Behavioural Insights and Sciences for Health...

The technical advisory group consists of 22 outside experts from 16 countries, with expertise in areas including psychology, anthropology, health promotion, neuroscience, behavioural economics, social marketing and more.

This new group will advise WHO on how to increase and improve the use of behavioral and social sciences in a range of health areas, including COVID-19....

oday I’m delighted to be joined by the chair of the technical advisory group, Professor Cass Sunstein.

Professor Sunstein is the Robert Walmsley Professor at Harvard University, and the founder and director of the Program on Behavioral Economics and Public Policy at Harvard Law School.

Professor Sunstein, welcome. You have the floor. Thank you for your commitment, and thank your for joining, and thank you for this pathfinding work that will help WHO.
I consider Sunstein a much more dangerous character than even Anthony Fauci.

If years from now, it is determined that extended mask-wearing has resulted in health issues by those "nudged" to wear masks, Sunstein should be put on trial for crimes against humanity right next to Fauci.

 -RW

Saturday, August 1, 2020

COVID Fearing Toronto Dude Flips Out Over Customer Not Wearing a Mask

This is only a hair more bizarre than my experience.

These people are triggered at a visceral level.

As Gerd Gigerenzer points out in Risk Savvy, there is no way you are going to be able to reason with them.

 -RW

The James Murdoch Resignation at News Corp


James Murdoch (47), on Friday, announced his resignation from the core of his father's global media empire.

Specifically, he resigned from the board of the newspaper publisher News Corp, severing his last corporate tie to the companies founded by his father Rupert Murdoch.

The resignation leaves 89-year-old  Rupert and Janes's older brother, Lachlan (48), in charge.

It is somewhat of a victory against leftism and political correctness. James was the lefty amongst them.

His resignation letter stated:
My resignation is due to disagreements over certain editorial content published by the Company’s news outlets and certain other strategic decisions.
James with his wife recently contributed more than $1 million to a fund-raising committee for  Joe Biden.

He will not be hurting for cash. When the Murdoch family sold large parts of their entertainment unit to Walt Disney Co., including  21st Century Fox, James walked away with $2 billion.

 -RW

New York Times Union Calls for Pre-Publication "Sensitivity Reads"

They have lost their minds at The New York Times:

Then, of course, there is the omnipresent goal of more color balance:


You really have to wonder about Times publisher A. O. Sulzberger Jr.

Will his inherited leadership destroy the Queer Black Lady?

I tried to listen to a couple videos of his speeches on YouTube. I couldn't get through two or three minutes of any of them. It is a task that I surmise would be more boring than watching the ink dry on the vertical lines of the print copy of the Times crossword puzzle. There were no important insights, original or stolen.

 -RW

Friday, July 31, 2020

How to Be a Woke White Person



-RW

Squatting on the Squatter

This is good.

 

 -RW

On the Herman Cain Death and COVID-19

The death of Herman Cain has given the fear mongers another opportunity to spread terror throughout the country.

But there is one thing about all those Herman Cain died of  COVID-19 headlines.

From the front page of The New York Times:



WebMD reports:
In 2006, Cain received a diagnosis of stage IV colon cancer. In his book This is Herman Cain! My Journey to the White House, he described how the malignancy had spread from his colon and how doctors found a tumor on his liver.
Cain also described his treatment, which included chemotherapy and surgery on his colon and liver.
It appears that he completed his chemotherapy in 2007, however, Cain certainly appears to fit the general high COVID-19 death profile of an elderly man with a complicated medical history.

He may have very well died of COVID but there is nothing to suggest that he had a healthy enough system to fight off the virus. His profile does not fit children nor most of the working class.

Cain very well may have been foolish to have been in large groups given his medical history but this has nothing to do with most of us.

-RW

With Mini-Maos Everywhere and Their Getting More Aggressive...


...this is what you need to carry.

In response to, The Masked Crowd is Getting Super-Aggressive in the People's Republic of San Francisco and the Surrounding Area, Martin Hill emails:
LOL. Quite a lunatic there . I suggest since you're in CA & it's difficult to get a concealed carry permit, to buy Sabre brand 3-in-1.  You can buy it at Big5 for 10 bucks.

it contains pepper spray, cs tear gas & red dye. 100% legal in CA unless you're a felon. No permit required to carry or use in self defense . I've actually used it once & believe me, it works.

What happened was I was at a convenience store many years ago in the middle of the night getting a drink & all of the sudden,  a very tall black guy began to scuffle with a short pudgy Hispanic security guard, who had accused the black guy of trying to steal some sandwiches.

 This was not my concern in the least, so I simply ignored it & proceeded to the checkout lane.

But the scuffle escalated into a fight & the black guy was seriously starting to get the best of the guard. It was getting very violent & they were knocking displays over, etc. I saw the black guy then reached into his pocket  & that's when I thought 'enough of this shit,' & I sprayed the guy in the face.

Wow. Like I said, this stuff works, LOL. The guy immediately pleased with me "OKAY, OKAY, OKAY!" & he surrendered to the guard,  who called the police. The funniest part to me was the look of complete & utter shock  that both parties had on their faces. No one said a word to me, both of them simply stared in shock.

The guard told me thanks & I went to the restroom to wash my hands & exit stage right, before the cops arrived.


Thursday, July 30, 2020

The Masked Crowd is Getting Super-Aggressive in the People's Republic of San Francisco

Yesterday, I visited a friend at his office and was confronted as I stepped off the elevator by a gentleman who was upset that I wasn't wearing a mask.

I explained to him that I had a medical condition and couldn't wear a mask.

He asked me what my condition was and I told him it is a violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act to ask me that question (using a government agency against a mini-agent of the state).

He then told me that "I looked too healthy to have a medical condition" and that he was going to report me to the police and the local health agency.

It was at this point I pulled out my cell phone to start recording just in case I needed context to what was going down. I tried to get him to repeat what he said.

This is what then occurred:


This is the second time in two days that I have been aggressively approached for not wearing a mask.

With the guy above, I initially tried to reason with him and said he should simply step back until the elevator opens to see who is in it. In my case, I would then step rapidly away and be on my way but he would have none of it.

Jon Rappoport may be correct when he says this may be all about trauma-based mind control.

I mean, I was really trying to be civil to this guy, but he wouldn't have it and wouldn't try to think about how two civil people might resolve the situation. 

To him, I was trying to kill him. There was no concern for my medical condition at all, which he deemed non-existent. 

This is what occurs when the state starts aggressively expanding its laws and regulations. You don't know when your neighbor or just someone on the street is going to turn you in. You start to hide your activities as much as possible. This leads to a gray, drab world.

I visited East Berlin before the wall came down. The life that was sucked out of the East Berlin people was stunning. The atmosphere was very depressing. It was, of course, because of the central planning and rules and regulations everywhere. People were afraid to live for fear of somehow breaking a regulation and being turned in to the state.

If the guy that confronted me does so fear the virus, he should just stay home rather than demand civilization be shut down because of his fear which is likely dread risk fear.

-RW

UPDATE

A friend sends me this story:

Man fires gun in Miami hotel because people weren't social distancing, police say